Hafen Park, Splash Pad Grand Opening Friday

Summer time is right around the corner, making it the ideal time for the opening of the new splash pad at Hafen Park. We are proud to announce that City officials will be cutting the ribbon on the new splash pad at Hafen Park on Friday, May … [Read more...]

Council approves budget with minor changes

This year’s budget hearings were shorter than normal, since much of the hard work was finished before they even began. Back in January and February, at the workshops held at Fire Station 3 for the City Council and City Staff, department heads were … [Read more...]

Council has full plate for Tuesday

At the May 19 Technical Review Meeting for the Mesquite City Council, a small crowd gathered to hear details of the upcoming agenda. While there isn’t too much meat there, there are two items that may start some new conversations in the c … [Read more...]

Local Classic Car Club Wins Big

Pouring rain and cold weather didn’t keep members of the Mesquite Classic Car Club from traveling to St. George last Saturday to attend the 10th annual Desert Rodders car show. The event, which is a benefit for the Southern Utah Veteran’s Home, was we … [Read more...]

Council to go with RFC instead of Army Corps of Engineers

Tuesday night’s City Council Meeting was short and sweet with two items on the agenda. The first, was a check presented to the City from the Southern Nevada Chapter of the International Code Council (SNICC) for $1,500 that will cover the cost of f … [Read more...]

Freeway Accident in Mesquite Sends One to Hospital

Mesquite Fire Rescue responded to an accident on Interstate 15 Tuesday evening southbound, near the 118 mile marker. Units were notified at 5:10 p.m. of a semi truck that had rolled over and a passenger vehicle was reportedly also involved. First … [Read more...]

Crash leaves gaping hole in local store

On Monday afternoon, at around 3:15 p.m., police and rescue crews were called to 1060 W Pioneer Boulevard for a vehicle versus building accident. Upon arrival, crews found a white Nissan truck partially inside of Sally Beauty Supply, next to Dotty’s a … [Read more...]

Whirlwind weekend proves successful for many

Last weekend, there were more than enough events to offer something for everyone. Beginning with the Family Fun Night on Wednesday, April 29, where hundreds of families enjoyed a night of pig and chicken chasing, games, contests and some good … [Read more...]

Water District to save $1.4 million through 2033

Tuesday’s meeting for the Virgin Valley Water District was relatively short in comparison to recent meetings. After hearing a report from Sandra Ramaker, Marty Johnson, a bond consultant with J & A Consulting, presented a new alternative in r … [Read more...]

South side of city loses power

There wasn’t a lot of rain or strong winds Monday night in Mesquite, but that didn’t keep the south side of I-15 residents, including Bunkerville, from losing power at 8:22 p.m. for about an hour. According to Keith Buchhalter, a combination of vib … [Read more...]